August 25, 2018, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
More than two dozen environmental organizations from throughout Delaware and the Brandywine Valley will convene at Winterthur in a celebration of the environment and nature. The day will include hikes, workshops, lectures, and demonstrations for environmentalists of all ages offered by a wide range of environmental and conservation organizations. The day’s activities will include information on wild plants, wildlife, wild water, and nature in the city. Joining us in support of the event will be Delaware Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long, known for her environmental advocacy and conservation efforts, and Charlie Engelman, television host with National Geographic Kids, as well as a range of experts from a variety of local organizations. Winterthur Members and members of participating organizations $10; free for their children ages 2–11. Nonmembers $20 for adults and $6 for children ages 2–11.
Images at top: Top photo, Bob Leitch; photos of bee, butterfly, and bird, Linda Bailey.